As we age, how we travel is likely to change. Sometimes as you get older or travel with the elderly, you realise there are a few extra concerns when it comes to planning a trip that’s safe and fun, at home or abroad.
Here’s a look at how travelling changes as you get older and how you can help yourself, or those around you, enjoy the experience whilst staying healthy (see my guide on eating healthy whilst travelling here). View Full Post
Road trips can be an energising experience and give you a fantastic chance to see and explore new places. However, long road trips can also take a strain as you’ve got to concentrate on safe driving and can be on the road for many hours at a time, perhaps feeling tired and hungry, even disillusioned with travelling.
For any big trip, even interrailing, you have to put the effort in to overcome these challenges in order to make your time comfortable and ultimately rewarding. View Full Post
When you travel in the way I do, space is limited, to say the least. It means that you really cannot afford to be carrying things you do not really need.
However, you have to get the balance right. If you are not careful, you can end up having no choice but to wear the same things day in day out. That is OK, but you soon start to feel scruffy. Even well-laundered clothes start to look worn. It is not a lot of fun going to a party and feeling underdressed.
Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to stop this from becoming an issue. View Full Post
Automatics cars make a whole lot of difference when travelling, when at home and abroad. They are easier to drive, and they provide extra rest to one of your legs making it all less tiring. Also, there are automatic cars that come with remote car starters worth considering. View Full Post
The idea of ‘planning’ a spontaneous holiday is pretty exciting and a great way of going somewhere that’s never been on your radar before. View Full Post